My dear AMIGA,
Don’t know all the immigration options available? How to assemble cases? Or maybe how to issue spot or determine eligibility?
(Or maybe you want to train your assistant the basics of immigration law, but just don’t have the time to do so…)
Then, you’re in the right place!
I personally know how frustrating and overwhelming it is to understand the basics of immigration law.
When I was a new Immigration Lawyer, I literally scoured the internet in search of simple and more effective ways to learn immigration law—all the immigration options available, how to assemble cases, how to issue spot, and how to determine eligibility.
I didn’t even stop there! I bought dozens of books about immigration law… and I ended up overwhelming myself. (and likely being a pain to my superiors who I was constantly interrupting with questions- know the feeling?)
Once I had more experience as an immigration lawyer, I decided it was time to hire assistants…
But the problem I saw was that I needed to personally train them if I wanted them to learn faster and know the basic information that was required for the job. It was definitely the better option compared to having them scour the internet and read dozens of books!
How I wished there was a FASTER & EASIER solution to learning the ins & outs of immigration law...
So if you feel overwhelmed by trying to train your staff and trying to teach the basics of immigration law, I’m here to tell you that you are not alone!
I’ve been there, people I’ve trained have been there, and the best part is that you can go through it easily and quickly with my help… most likely 3x faster than the DIY path!
Amiga, if you can relate to the story above, here’s the solution…
Introduction to Immigration Law:
A Course For New Lawyers
and Legal Assistants
It’s a power-packed course that’ll surely teach you (and your assistants) the ins & outs of immigration law FASTER & EASIER minus the frustration & overwhelm!
Here is what's in the course:
- Immigration Agencies
- What it All Means
- Family Based Petitions
- Who can submit a petition for a family member?
- Visa Bulletin Explanation
- Adjustment of Status v. Consular Processing
- The Process: Adjustment of Status
- Threshold requirements for Adjustment of Status
- Adjustment of Status forms and their purposes
- Required Evidence
- The Adjustment of Status interview
- Types of Residency
- The Process: Consular Processing
- Overview of the Consular Processing process
- Required forms
- Dealing with Requests for Evidence
- What happens at the Consular Interview
- Consular Processing with the I-601A waiver
- Humanitarian Immigration Options
- I-360 VAWA
- U Visa
- T Visa
- How To
- Immigration Court
- Main Players
- Types of Hearings
- Getting Started
- Initial Forms
- Types of Defenses
- Asylum and its lesser forms of relief called Withholding of Removal and Convention Against Torture
- Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents
- Cancellation of Removal for Permanent Residents
- Adjustment of Status
- Voluntary Departure
- What happens if a case is denied
- Additional things to know
- Address requirement
- Infopass appointment
- Expiration dates of forms
- ICE Check-ins
- And more!
And if you sign up today, you get these BONUSES:
- Immigration course ebook
- T Visa eBook
- 2 Q&A calls led by me, Ally Lozano
- I360 case review
WARNING: We’re closing enrollment on Monday, April 22nd
P.S. You could try doing it the slower and harder way… just like I did! It wasn’t a walk in the park, but it’s possible!
But if you’re a busy AMIGA, too busy to teach your assistants…
Or if you’re a new AMIGA who wants to learn the fundamentals quickly and easily…
Our “Introduction to Immigration Law” course is for you!
WOW! Talk about a game-changer. My firms runs so much better now that I have had my staff do this training. I finally feel like I can get work done during the day because my staff doesn't interrupt me with so many questions. I cannot more highly recommend AMIGA's Introduction to Immigration Law.
- Sara H., Immigration Attorney
This is the resource that I wish I had as a new lawyer. I needed a big-picture view of the possible forms of immigration relief, and I couldn't find it anywhere. This is the best training out there for lawyers who are new to immigration law.
- Crystal B., Employment Immigration Lawyer
I am an award-winning immigration attorney, best-selling author, national speaker, and podcaster. I founded my law firm, Alexandra Lozano Immigration Law, in 2012, and after losing everything in a hurricane in 2014, I grew my firm into a 7-figure practice in the course of three years. I created a membership called Six Figure Solo, in which I empower attorneys to be the CEOs of their law firms through a Power Hour webinar and coaching sessions. I also host a weekly podcast called 6 Minute CEOwhere I provide business and life strategies in one billable increment. I am the founder of AMIGA Lawyers, the Association of Mother Immigration Attorneys, an international network dedicated to supporting women immigration attorneys. I live in the Seattle suburbs with my husband and our five children.
This course changed my firm completely. If you are going to invest in anything for your immigration law firm, start here. The content plus the quizzes is top-notch.
- Natalie R., Immigration Attorney
If you have staff, even if it's just one person, this course is a must-have. It is impossible to remember each of the small details that are crucial to train your staff, but it's all laid out for you in this course. Plus, you have a resource that they can always go back to if they have questions or need a place of reference.
- Carol M., Immigration Lawyer